I had the privilege to check one of Hungary's very very few sci-fi fantasy films entitled R.E.M. Starring newcomers as well as filmmakers at the early stages of their careers it is necessary to say that one has to deal with a complex and - in the same time - entertaining film.
I loved the way of the storytelling, I am pretty sure, Mr Molnár has some business on this field. The acting was OK, some characters were pretty likable as well. The editor also knew how to do well-paced scenes.
Cinematography and color correction are those areas where improvement should have been crucial. Images are often very raw, which was quite distractive in some cases. The ending wanted to be summon the works of Christopher Nolan very much, but I feel that the script was well-developed enough not to include any mocks of bigger blockbusters.
R.E.M. is a great example to show that one can make an entertaining film by having little-to-no-budget if the crew proves to be enthusiastic. But regarding filmmaking, even the smallest detail matters.
Review by gallai365 from the Internet Movie Database.